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Introductions to Lectures
Sutton, Surrey, England (First Church).
Lecturer: Eric W. Carr; introduced by Geoffrey Hamilton Berry, who said:—
During the past fifty years many changes have come over human thinking, and fear has been recognized as one of the chief enemies of human progress and happiness.
Christian Science, which was discovered by Mary Baker Eddy in 1866, has a message of hope, salvation, and dominion, to the perplexed, despondent, or fearful victims of the turbulent upheaval which is now shaking the world.
In the teachings of Christian Science may be found the true remedy for fear—namely, the realization of the truth that, because God's creation is wholly good, wholly spiritual and all-inclusive, fearful, evil beliefs have no foundation in fact, and hence are unreal. On this Christianly scientific basis, all may claim and prove for themselves their dominion over fear.
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WINIFRED M. HARMS
Positive Assurance of Good
GUY MEREDITH RUSSELL
"And they followed him"
MARION I. JOHNSON
The Sunday School Teacher
MARY FRANCES DEWHURST
Man Is the Expression of Mind
THEODORE N. COOK
A Significant Prophecy
Evelyn F. Heywood
Progress for All
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with contributions from Geoffrey Hamilton Berry
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Julie Vodoz Carlson with contributions from Julie V. Carlson
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Eileen L. Fox
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Charles E. Bergstresser
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Rosina S. Quartermaine
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Henry E. Wright
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Ethel E. Slater
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Rebecca F. Holliday
S. LESLIE G. BEAUFOY
Signs of the Times
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